Weather will be mostly clear for the rest of the week with a chance of rain mainly Thursday afternoon, while weekend temperatures are expected to climb again.
Wednesday skies will be mostly clear in most parts of the island while there is a chance of rain in the early afternoon over some inland and possibly on the mountains.
Westerly light winds could develop into moderate winds while there will be strong winds along the southern coastline from noon and onwards.
The sea will be relatively calm in the early part of the day while there will be choppy waters in the afternoon during windfall.
Saturday will be mostly clear with patches of cloudy skies out west, while temperatures rising again to normal average levels will mark the end of July with another hot weekend
Maximum temperatures are expected to reach 37° Celsius inland, 31 on the southern coast, around 33 in the rest of the coastal regions and 28 on the mountains.
Evening skies will be mostly clear with low clouds and thin fog developing in isolated areas.
Minimum temperatures will register 21° inland and out west, 22 in all other coastal areas, while it will be 15 degrees up on the mountains.
Thursday and Friday will be mostly clear but there will be cloud formations in the early afternoon over parts of the island. There is a chance of isolated rain showers in some areas over inland, mainly on Thursday, as well as near the foothills and over the mountains.
The forecast includes low clouds and thin fog very late Thursday night and very early Friday morning.
Saturday will be mostly clear with patches of cloudy skies out west. Temperatures are expected to rise again to normal average levels for late July, marking the end of the month with another hot weekend.